Show Your Coolest Christmas Present

Kolibri

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My wife gave me a new drone for a birthday + Christmas present this year. I'm still fairly low on the learning curve with the DJI Air 2S, but fortunately the curve isn't ridiculously steep. Here's a sample vid with a remix from one of my former band projects.




 

Kris Cringle

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Nice Phil, we'll be the recipients of your rise. 

My son gave me an espresso machine! How soon the tables turned with kids. 

 

PaulK

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New 3Di Main.​

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Jud - s/v Sputnik

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All kinda good shit!  :)

Inner forestay release lever from NZ, a HookLever.  Beautiful piece of forge and mechanical work.

A Baja diesel fuel filter.

Buncha shackles, sized for my toe rail, for various blocks, amd a fancy-shmancy Wichard trigger release snap shackle. 

Plastic sextant and 500mb weather books.

And, the crowning glory... :) ...a classic split horizon mirror (to replace the full horizon style one) for my sextant!

Things are really looking up for the New Year, sailing-wise.  Sometimes, ya just gotta buy yourself what you really want :)

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Sail4beer

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I got this Easy life neck light. Goes around the neck, has 2 adjustable led lights and really makes it easy to work with. Beats the hell out of those headband lights. 

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Santanasailor

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North Louisiana
What make and model is that boat?
Its our Santana20.  She was knocked around pretty hard in Hurricane Laura.  Hurricane Sally destroyed our S2 7.9 and with the exception of the MC Scow and the Solsa, we were boatless.  The cost to restore Anna’s deck and hull and mast far exceeded the value of a Santana 20, but after a year of trying to find a boat that suited us, with zero luck, we decided to get our little Santana restored for our Christmas.  

We have sailed her for decades, knew pretty much everything about her and with both of us in our 70’s, we decided that more boat might just be too much ‘more.’

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